Myself and my wife went here for a pint while we stayed at Wildside Great pint not sure about food as we didn't order any
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After last review was a little wary but staying local we did not have much choice. Not that it mattered as after both meals we are happy campers 😊 Portions excellent, quality great! Beer also very nice which helps lol. Dog is fast asleep in front of fire and we are fit to burst. Several more days to go in... More
We returned after 2 years to stay at Wildside next to Whitebridge. We were really looking forward to visiting this lovely pub after so many great visits previously. Unfortunately the food was no way near as good as our previous stay. We ate here 3 times in our week stay. The soup was delicious I must say but anything else... More
We ate here one evening as we were saying near-by at self catering lodges so instead of making dinner visited the Whitebridge Hotel. Staff were friendly. I had calamari to start with and the wife had the garlic mushrooms, both were nice enough but I think both had been frozen. The venison burger with haggis on it was really good... More
We visited the whitebridge hotel in October. On our first night we went in for a meal we had our dog with us who is unsure of other dogs so we were able to sit through in a quieter area. The men at the table enjoyed a few of the local beers and really enjoyed happy chappy. I found out... More
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